Examinations

MRI scan pelvis

Insight into pelvis complaints.

Home Examinations MRI scan pelvis

What is a pelvic MRI-scan?

Hundreds of images are created of your pelvis during a pelvic MRI scan. In so doing, you can gain insight into your complaints, for example, wear or abnormalities of the spinal cord.

Why get a pelvic MRI scan?

Many people suffer from pain in the pelvis. When the pain is recurrent, it can severely limit your daily functioning. Many people unconsciously also adopt a different gait, which causes even more complaints to develop. It is important to find out what is going on as soon as possible. An MRI scan immediately provides you with insight into the causes of your symptoms. The advantage is that you could start on a possible course of treatment at an early stage, increasing the chance of a cure or recovery.

In general, a better diagnosis can be made with a pelvic MRI scan than with an X-ray. The scanner takes hundreds of images of your pelvis by using a large magnetic field. By using MRI images, a physician can detect any abnormality or disease, such as an inflammation of the pelvis minor, a tumour or wear (arthrosis) of the hip joints.

Benefits

  • A scan in our clinic within one week
  • Medical specialists
  • Direct contact with the GP
  • Examination without referral
  • Includes a CD-ROM with images
Content & price

MRI scan pelvis

Targeted examination of:
  • Pelvic instability
  • Wear (arthrosis)
  • Duration of the examination
    Duration of the examination
    30 min.
  • Results within
    same day
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